`Aladdin` star Mena Massoud deactivates Twitter handle
The `Aladdin` fame actor Mena Massoud found himself in trouble after commenting on the potential earnings of Halley Balley starrer `The Little Mermaid, The backlash resulted in
Mena deactivating his social media handle. According to People Magazine, Massoud replied to a tweet on Saturday, that reflected the box-office projections forecast for `The Little
Mermaid` movie that lead to such retaliation from the netizens. His tweet read, "Our film was unique in that audiences went to watch it multiple times. It`s the only way we reached
the billion-dollar mark with our opening. My guess is TLM doesn`t cross the billion mark but will undoubtedly get a sequel." The comparison triggered a counterblast from the `The
Little Mermaid` fans. A user replied "And what exactly did u gain from commenting on this?". Another added, "I'm honestly still confused as to why Mena Massoud tweeted this in the
first place." In order to take down the comparative comment a user referred to Mena not bagging any role even after the mammoth success of actor Will Smith led `Aladdin`. The user
wrote, "I don`t understand why Mena Massoud felt the need to put down #TheLittleMermaid when black Twitter showed up for him after he cried about being unemployed even after he did
Aladdin," as reported by People. Disney productions `The Little Mermaid` was earlier in headlines regarding makers facing criticism for casting Halley as the lead for the movie.
The film opens in theaters on May 26, 2023. Also Read: Tom Hanks disses Hollywood stars in his novel This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies.
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